Aetheric Elements: The Rise of a Steampunk Reality

Aetheric Elements The Rise of a Steampunk Reality Automatons and airships bustles and beasts corsets and curses dandies and dastardly deeds all await you as you explore the cultures which evolved into a Steampunk industrial civilization Learn abo

  • Title: Aetheric Elements: The Rise of a Steampunk Reality
  • Author: Travis I. Sivart
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 423
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Automatons and airships, bustles and beasts, corsets and curses, dandies and dastardly deeds, all await you as you explore the cultures which evolved into a Steampunk industrial civilization Learn about the people who made history and created the events that molded a world into a near utopia, only to be torn asunder as the society was about to achieve the pinnacle of itsAutomatons and airships, bustles and beasts, corsets and curses, dandies and dastardly deeds, all await you as you explore the cultures which evolved into a Steampunk industrial civilization Learn about the people who made history and created the events that molded a world into a near utopia, only to be torn asunder as the society was about to achieve the pinnacle of its existence Enjoy a savory sampler of Steampunk society and sinister scenarios to whet your appetite for the author s upcoming full length novel This anthology of nineteen tales of terror, mystery, and adventure takes you into Travis Sivart s weird and wonderful world.

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    • Estott says:

      Couldn't finish this.

    • Victoria Szulc says:

      A brilliant look in a variety of steampunk and fantasy realms. Interesting characters participate in wild adventures. I highly recommend this book for science fiction fans or those curious about the Steampunk genre.

    • Jean says:

      I love this book. If your into the Victorian reads you will easily get into this book. Very good read.

    • Cindy Lea says:

      Imaginative collectionI struggled to find the common thread bu g it eventually found its way through. I liked the last story and how well it tied everything together.

    • Austin Myers says:

      Accidental downloadI downloaded this by mistake. "Steampunk" simply has no place in sci-fi and should have it's own genre, "dumb and silly".

    • Jackie says:

      A bit of bothI enjoyed the Stream aspects as well as the overall story. And, even though I understand the movement back & fourth from one story to the next as a great storytelling device, the jumps were sometimes disorienting enough to throw me off track.(I have watched enough anime to get the leaps, but some of these made me wonder if I needed to go back & re-read where I just was). Another book I read like this managed the changes of perspective with different fonts - at least that way [...]

    • Heather Conrad says:

      This had only one author?The only thing all of these stories have in common is the world they are set in. There are several sub - stories, and each has a different writing style. I must say I'm a bit impressed by that.One story struck me as very Lovecraftian, to the point where I was waiting for a cameo by Cthulu. The cameo did sort of come, in the form of an "octopus cane," but in a different story.My only criticism is that there isn't really an overall story arc that threads through all the st [...]

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